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This paper argues that the combined effect of regularities in prices of production and the concentration of compositions of capitals produces the empirical regularities in relative prices.

This paper offers an adaptation of the square social accounting matrix used in economic planning to the rectangular vertical transaction matrix used in post-Keynesian monetary economics.

In this paper we develop a multi-regime global VAR model to study the spill-over effects in financial markets.

This book aims to make explicit exactly what implicit assumptions about the informational state of the observer support frequentist analysis.

This paper is the second of two following the history of thought on socialist alternatives to capitalism.

This paper is the first of two following the history of thought on socialist alternatives to capitalism.

We develop a generic Kalecki-Robinson model of growth that illustrates the different channels through which the economy can adjust to a change in demand conditions in the long run.

This talk explores methodological alternatives to macroeconomic analysis based on price-taking Walrasian intertemporal general equilibrium models.